Alopecia Areata?

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The autoimmune disease that causes loss of hair has been costly and difficult to treat. But we’re working on giving you new options. Learn about the cutting-edge study treatments being investigated in your neighborhood.


2%

of the global population is impacted by Alopecia Areata

7 million

people affected by alopecia totalis or universalis with 75 million total affected by alopecia areata.

~15%

of people with Alopecia also have at least one other autoimmune disorder, in particular thyroid disease. Other conditions include diabetes mellitus, inflammatory bowel disease, systemic lupus erythematosus and rheumatoid arthritis.

The treatment process is brutal. It is extremely painful, and often it leaves the area scabbed up, sore, and swollen. Even when put back on your wig, this is brutal.

Patient

Alopecia (full hair loss) for 3 years

The treatment process is brutal. It is extremely painful, and often it leaves the area scabbed up, sore, and swollen. Even when put back on your wig, this is brutal.

Patient

Alopecia (full hair loss) for 3 years


Alopecia Clinical Trials

Learn about the newest Alopecia study treatments now being investigated, including cutting-edge options available to clinical trial participants.

TrialSpark is now recruiting for a trial that tests the effectiveness of a new study treatment for Alopecia Areata.


Alopecia In the News

From the latest relevant research and Alopecia expert interviews to personal stories and advice on managing your symptoms, here’s everything about Alopecia that’s making headlines.


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Updated June 2019